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Grab Apple's stylish AirPods Max for $80 less than their usual price

Grab Apple's stylish AirPods Max for $80 less than their usual price

Apple's headphones might work best with its own products, but at the end of the day, its lineup of Bluetooth audio gear is still just that — Bluetooth audio. Whether you're fully invested in Google's ecosystem, or you have an iPad or MacBook Air on the side, you can still take advantage of all the AirPods Max have to offer. Though they usually run for $549, you can grab them from Woot for $80 off the usual price — but you'll want to act fast.

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We love these ANC headphones and you'll love saving $150 on them

We love these ANC headphones and you'll love saving $150 on them

Sony's WH-1000XM4 headphones are, if you believe their many fans, among the very best noise-canceling headphones on the market today. Like the XM3s before them, the XM4s are frequently on sale for well under their $350 MSRP, but they're still usually in the $300 neighborhood or higher. Right now, though, you can snag a refurbished pair for $200 — the lowest price we've seen so far.

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Sony’s excellent noise-canceling WH-1000XM4s are the cheapest they’ve ever been

Sony’s excellent noise-canceling WH-1000XM4s are the cheapest they’ve ever been

Sony doesn't have the most notable presence in the smartphone game anymore (at least not in most markets), but it does make some excellent audio gear. The company's flagship line of noise-canceling headphones are some of the best around and its latest offering, the WH-1000XM4s, are now at an all-time low price of $248.

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AirPods Max are on a very rare, all-time low discount on Amazon right now

AirPods Max are on a very rare, all-time low discount on Amazon right now

Apple's first over-ear ANC headphones, the AirPods Max, are more or less what you'd expect: they sound great, they're really well built, and they're really expensive. High quality, higher price is Apple in a nutshell. If you've been eyeing them but you've been waiting for a nudge, this could be it: they're at a $31 discount on Amazon, down to a historic low of $518.

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Video calling on Chrome OS is finally going to sound good

Video calling on Chrome OS is finally going to sound good

Google is working hard to improve Chrome OS with features that make the system simpler to use, with things like better media controls and easier copy and pasting planned for the near future. But the company also wants to make Chromebooks better at things you might not notice right away, especially when you work from home. One of these upcoming improvements is microphone noise cancellation, which could enhance the audio quality of your video conferences drastically — if you have compatible hardware, that is.

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Get Sony's WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones for just $200 ($78 off)

Get Sony's WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones for just $200 ($78 off)

They're nearly three years old now, but Sony's WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones are still among the best you can buy. They go on sale pretty frequently anymore, but not usually for this cheap: you can pick up a pair for just $200 today — or $180 for refurbished units.

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Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II noise-cancelling wireless headphones drop to $199 for Prime Day ($150 off)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II noise-cancelling wireless headphones drop to $199 for Prime Day ($150 off)

A lot of wireless headphones have been released over the last half-decade, but few have earned reputations as good as the QuietComfort models from Bose. If you've been eying a pair for yourself, but not quite ready to pull the trigger, Prime Day might finally push you over the edge. The Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II wireless noise-cancelling headphones are available for just $199, the lowest this model has ever been.

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Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones review: Cancelling noise and high price tags

Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones review: Cancelling noise and high price tags

Wireless headphones have been around for years, but they've taken on increased importance now that phone manufacturers are leaving out the 3.5mm jack. Companies like Sony and Bose have been cranking out great options, but most of those products cost $200 or $300. That money can get you a lot of premium features like active noise cancellation and high fidelity sound — but do you need to spend that much? The Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones cost just $70 and offer some premium features like ANC and multi-device pairing. However, the construction is lower quality, there are no customization options, and the ANC is merely okay — they don't excel in any one area.

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Leaked Sony WH-1000XM4 promo video shows the upcoming noise cancelling headphones in action

Leaked Sony WH-1000XM4 promo video shows the upcoming noise cancelling headphones in action

A promo video for Sony's upcoming WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones has leaked, confirming most of the various details we already knew about the awaited XM3 successor, while showing off that near-identical design in action.

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Razer Opus review: $200 ANC headphones have no business being this good

Razer Opus review: $200 ANC headphones have no business being this good

Razer sells flashy, designer gaming laptops and accessories, and it's not typically an outfit you'd associate with value — the fanciest version of its Blade laptop costs $4,300, and its new Kishi mobile gamepad is 80 bucks. Its Opus headphones break with a number of Razer conventions, though: not only do they sport an uncharacteristically tame aesthetic that doesn't scream gaming, they're also priced extremely competitively at $200.

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